Pet and Garden Co-Existence
The word co-existence entered my vocabulary in the 1950s during the cold war with the Soviet Union. Now a day there is...
Transplanting Trees and Shrubs – Part I
Many trees and shrubs you see in people’s gardens originally started as a sapling at some nursery. They got into the...
Lawn Edging
It’s one thing to have your lawn looking good; it is another thing to have your lawn looking great. The difference...
Winter Garden
Most gardeners believe that once the cold winds start blowing and the snow begins to fall, then it’s time to take a...
The Why’s and How’s of Raking
If you grew up in the part of the country that really experiences the seasons, then you probably have fond memories of...
Common Soil Problems and How to Fix Them
Your garden is only as good as the soil it is planted in. There are six common problems one of which you may have...
Tips on Mowing Wet Grass
If you live in a region where it rains a lot and you plan to mow your lawn on a particular Saturday or Sunday, don’t...
Lawn Care and Gardening Tools – Part 2
In the blog titled Lawn Care and Gardening Tools – Part I, I began my discussion on what lawn care and garden tools a...
Fixing Common Lawn Problems
Five of the most common lawn problems lawn care enthusiasts may encounter during a typical year include lack of...
Gardening for the Disabled
If you have disability issues like a bad back, knee or shoulder problems, or you have trouble kneeling, you still can...